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. ! Florlldain Gil’r” $31820"? Secretary-Manager storms and train wrecks and new churches“ LA CIRSSifiC'JtiOn. ' CIlOUIgh to .v
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l Um'ocrsitygiiltldzntigilJufgxingt and new teachers and COllVCl-ltiODS and . (2) Send a memo to the board describiiiuililitt‘il 111 Si
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' , District Executive Committee ‘ 1—f‘ind. speeches b} \1srt1ng celebrities mg the mans 10b, how essential it is, ill The . {H
l Chairman Fred J Burkha d C an( UL llst ls endless, amount 0f money Spent training him clcf ~ wee
NW8, Liberty (At-Large)-r15irstaS$Vy'llgmmty An educational program in Mont , Get all the information in 1' fi] 1 chlllg the 1:
Davis L onC t H ’ ’- 1 mm T' \vccklic '1 am '1 , “S C that .V‘lgressrve and
Larry, Styon (Eng eralg, Eddyvrlle; Second, s a)out what a weeklv newspaper poss1 )k can. pol't
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my, Iljasil Caummisar, Courier-Journal ail/cl __i_)d {)[C an awfully good idea. is El) f rm appcal to the state boarmany of the]
. Demes’ fmfiwcile? Fifth, Frank C. Bell, Trimble ' i' ~ Johnson, Manager ‘ CCLSSJU’ the first thing thev Will dOi The b'
‘ t 90’“: e ford; Sixth, George Trotter En. NlOn’rana Press Assn call for the man’s filc 1-1., C . pu h
l emse’ Leba’lon; Seventh, Warren R. Fisher ' inforin- t‘ . i ' sue“ the ““1“de 13) perh
;‘ gwcury, Carlisle; Eighth, George Joplin III’ * * ~.~. b <1 Ion you can put in his file thrto give our -
j ‘ Nommonwealth) Somerset; Ninth, James T. Po e A 'l G (.ltCl' Clel’lCC 37011 ll‘dVC Of SCCUl’lH '1 di‘l’lll.
» ll ' orris, ]r., Independent, Ashland- Tenth, Maur- P 55C" S overnmental foant when the c- u ‘ - g ‘ mg to tu
1,. $13563? DddyMNeTws’ bl’liddlfiboro; S taie- Secrecy In WOShlngl’on dsc 1s revrcwcd. Good local I
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_ l1 Isdexmgton; State-at-Large, S. C. Van 535:; Of all possible summit mectin s it’ . * w * {aiding tune
I l l dtetiitte 11?;in Ftraliklf'ort; ngWdiate Past Presi: quite possible the most important i; .S can Take Plctures 16p us 110M
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Fulton J ewS, our futurc would be 'l rC'll n ‘ ' M ' ‘ 1 “tors of
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,5 l; . . . 11115 of , 5 . c .5 . . 7 - M > ruled that lSIble of the'
1, James M. Willis, President « our Safety and the 1)]_11‘\‘€\:01-S of 15 pcrlnlsnblc for )1, t . 1]
l1 Messe public info . . ,, - _ 1. 00grdphers to taland among
ll G . . nger, Brandenburg . Ymdthn, sald James S, Pope reasonable p10tures” In his 1
ll ‘ eorge M. WIlson’ gmlyice-Presidem executive editor of Courier-lOurnvil '1 l ing W‘ls made in 530111190111. Rurcameras.
. l ‘ - em -News, Hardinsburg Lomsville Times . A 5‘ c ‘znc " 6 case invo vmg thre Standards
l ‘1 Landon Wills, Second Vice-President sion [It N‘ . Y ,k in recent panel discus. Chicagoans.charged With murder of Fon‘papers m i
2 1 McLean County News, Calhoun . . ‘ C“ or U11“ ersrty. He declared du Lac 1’01106111311 and series of l l' ‘ctl USt
ll Victor R. Portmann, Secretary-Treasure, 1t 13 not too late for editors and govern. B€f0re the three were arrii ned )urtgtme 1811 they m
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313123330333 “1/111: By RICHARD C. FERGUSON important to community business and The events puts a team (ft 33:38:; 353:
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he cnemv amore; weekly and small daily newspapers i11\:1:izit doets achievemen; of high quality into competition with teams from other 3:33
f .t3 must print local photographs. The pages ws pic ures myolve. It Involves: 1. schools. The teams compete in matches in 1‘
n orma 101]. of the successful newspapers today are alive Selection of good sub1eet matter; 2. Good \yhlch they are quizzed on current events 3
s not mean with photographs in keeping with the ever photography; 3. Good reproduction; and The pairings are established bV drawing.
3313330133333accelerating trend toward increased use of 4. Some knowledge of composition. The eventual winner will be named aftef 3:
use, keeping pictures in communication media. It’s usually not expenditure of more the final round of the 31 weeklv matches
ance of in Many small newspapers are publiShing money that’s needed to lift picture quality Certificates of merit are awarded the 643
3"3030,3333excelle1it photographs. But in general the up 111 a newspaper. Usually just a little school Children who participate in the 37
the mrhtari small newspapers w0uld improve thei3r ap— more imagination, more careful planning teams. Each Social Studies class repre:
[(1-3 333a333pearance and their effectiveness if they and a trifle more “know—how” will im- sented in the tournament receives a copy
-)3“vi(t31fC13:33333 raised the standards of quality of the pic- protve the .qyualhty of your work. ln 33.333333 of the newspaper for preparation. ‘
egg tures they publish. ms ances, it s rust a matter of setting your- The qurz questlons are prepared from
Pictures can be improved through better self lugher standards and finding out how world, state, and local news reports of the _f
photography, better selection of subject to make your photographrc work measure newspaper. The tournament matches are
matter, better composition and, in some up to those standards. broadcast by the radio station. .3
but not many instances, a few more dollars Use of many pictures isn’t an extrava- Special electronic equipment was de—
.01“ng monspent for equipment more suitable for gancc—as some small newspaper editors vised by the station to conduct the contest 7 .
hers are benewspaper work. used to think. First of all, it’s necessary in complete fairness. The questions were 3
at the dgaf The day when a picture of most any to (313136 coptinuted health of the paper, re- prepared under supervision of teachers to .
'e are a Cunality would attract and hold a reader’s gar ess 0 cos. be certain they carry the r0 )er wei ht .. 3?:
. newspape attention is gone. Today we must not only \Vhat makes a good news picture? 1_ for the ability of the childreiIr) irivolved.g ‘
bloyccs wit] use many pictures, but also we must use A news picture “CCdS to be new, to have SChOO] 0333333338 and teachers have been
, good pictures, excellent pictures. Photo- recency; 2_ It needs to be local, or to eon- enthusiastic about the results, especially in 3 ,.
)f the dral graphs in a small newspaper must be good cern local persons; 3' The hhhShal makes a developing ‘3 greater awareness 03 local and
loyee withtcnough to win the attention of its com- b63363 picture than the usual tht as the 533336 news happenings.
munity in spite of the intriguing appeals unusual event makes better news than the The series W33 developed by lflCk EVCF- i
oard describ of rival media and activities. usual. 5033’ Of the VVKCT Programming Depart— 3
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ng him, cltfaciug the pushing competition from ag— rich in human interest, the Sthf that 31)‘ 33333303 03 the 333333 City D3333 News. 3'3'3
file that ,VO‘grcssive and beautifully illustrated mctro— P0313 t0 61110310115; and 5 MOSt important, “0—— '3
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reading time of our subscribers and will turc? Probably not more than five or six, 3333131333 331313333 Program sponsored by .the 3 3’
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'der of Fonpapers must be lifted higher, much higher attract reader attention to news photos, it place among the nation’s c3011: 33 333 tl 3 3
of burglarmhan they now stand. Pictures, especially should help attract attention to advertising Foundation pro r-rfn Other €65 1131' 16 3
led, attorntgood Pictures, can do much to make your pictures. colleges so honogred include th3eoull313iii:i3- R333 3
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0 order thflb.V the people of its community, that paper the sort of pictures they have chances to
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